Online application for 1,000 Mentors now available! 

The 1,000 Mentors program will emphasize students’ understanding of a subject or skill set. The mentors will be recruited, trained and matched with Manchester students. Expectations for both mentors and students in the program will be explicit, and achievement will be clearly defined. Students will earn academic credit by demonstrating mastery of concepts and skills.

Anyone in the community – doctors, lawyers, electricians, software developers, news reporters, painters, musicians – is welcome to take part in the 1,000 Mentors initiative; every specialty and area of discipline will be considered for participation. 

AP Honor Roll
Manchester School District is one of 547 school districts in the U.S. and Canada honored by being named to the College Board’s 5th Annual Advanced Placement® District Honor Roll for increasing access to advanced placementcourse work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Read more...
AutoFair Make the Grade
Good luck to the high school juniors and seniors in Manchester who are working hard to Make the Grade! One lucky student will win a car from AutoFair

Manchester School District Announcements

Granite State Driving School
Granite State Driving School has been selected to begin operations of the driver education program in the Manchester School District. Classes begin the week of November 10. The cost is $525 per student. Click here to enroll!
The Manchester Academic Standards represent the highest level of academic expectations for all students in the Manchester School District. Please v
isit the Manchester School District curriculum web site to view the standards :
Program of Studies: The 2014/15 High School Program of Studies is now online!
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Enhancing Innovative Learning

Schools in Manchester work every day to develop new ways for students to engage and learn. Technology can play a big role, and Parker-Varney Elementary School opened a new Innovation Learning Lab, with 85 computers, a projector and screen.

Students in every grade receive daily personalized instruction, according to individual strengths and needs.In addition to daily reading and math enrichment, the lab offers even more opportunities for enhancing students’ learning. In the coming months, they will learn computer coding, build their own computers, and work on projects with a 3D printer.